How to get from Caribbean Beach Resort to Chef Mickey's?

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by Sheaboys, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. Sheaboys

    Sheaboys DIS Veteran

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    We will arrive (hopefully) by noon, we have reservations for 5:40pm at Chef Mickey's. We have no vehicle of our own. So, if we were to hang at hotel until our reservation, how would we get there from Caribbean Beach Resort? How long should I allow, about.

    If we hit MK, that is no brainer, just take the monorail to that resort.

    Thanks!
     
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  3. MonorailPilotMulan

    MonorailPilotMulan Making Magic For Three Years

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    I would do exactly what you said. Take the bus to MK and either walk (5-8 minute walk) or take the monorail. To be honest, depending on where your bus stop is, it may be a shorter walk to the CR than to the monorail station. And then you don't need to take the monorail, especially if you are visiting while the monorail is down during the afternoon.

    I would allow 20 minutes to wait for the bus, 20-30 minutes to get to MK and 10 min to walk to CR. If you leave at 4:30, you really shouldn't have any problems and you won't be stressed about being late ;)

    Good luck!
     
  4. wdw4rfam

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    :thumbsup2 Exactly what I'd say. We always walk- I think its quicker.
     
  5. MonorailPilotMulan

    MonorailPilotMulan Making Magic For Three Years

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    I think so too ;)
     
  6. CR Resort Fan 4 Life

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    I agree that it's faster to walk over to the Contemporary. Once you get off at the Magic Kingdom Bus station you are already half way there. So if you were to take the Resort Monorail by the time you walked towards it's entrance, you could have arrived at the Contemporary.
     

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